Acme::MetaSyntactic::RefactorCode - Theme and refactor your code!


Version 0.02


Acme::MetaSyntactic::RefactorCode helps you give signicant variable names to your code.

The default (loremipsum theme) way to use it is:

   perl -MAcme::MetaSyntactic::RefactorCode >

Or the themed version:

   perl -MAcme::MetaSyntactic::RefactorCode -t theme >

Take special care to choose a theme that has sufficient entries to refactor your code. Use this one-liner to get available themes:

   perl -MAcme::MetaSyntactic -e 'print join "\n",Acme::MetaSyntactic->themes'


Make your code special, using the theme of your choice available from the great Acme::MetaSyntactic by BooK.


Jerome Fenal, <>


AMSRC will explode if using a theme that has no sufficient entries for your code.

B::Deobfuscate seems also to have problems with big code chunks (tried it on the future 0.02 Solaris::Disk::SVM), some methods calls not being translated.

Please report any other bugs or feature requests to, or through the web interface at I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.


Heavily (completely) based on the idea and the code of Acme::Floral by Joshua b. Jore.

This module could not have happened without the Acme::MetaSyntactic module by Philippe "BooK" Bruhat.


Copyright 2005 Jérôme Fenal, All Rights Reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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